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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 31, 1935 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Neutrality Act, banning the shipment of war materials, and barring U.S. citizens from traveling on belligerent vessels."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 13, 2000 - Democratic Presidential nominee Al Gore announces his selection of Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman as his running mate. Lieberman becomes the first Jewish American to be placed on a national ticket by a major political party."
Aug 13
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 12, 2004 – New Jersey Governor James McGreevey announces he is “ . . . a gay American” and that he cheated on his wife with a man. "
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Should Biden Run for the Democratic Presidential Nomination, not Getting Endorsement of President would Not be Unprecedented Posted: 08/11/2015 5:10 pm EDT Updated: 2 hours ago

Vice President Joe Biden is believed to be seriously contemplating a bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination. Should he enter the race, one of his opponents would be former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who served under President Barack Obama. If Biden enters the race, Obama will likely not endorse either candidate. It may seem awkward if the President does not endorse his hand-picked number two to succeed him, but in actuality, Obama would be following precedent. In fact, only…See More
Aug 11
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 11, 1852 – The anti-slavery Free Soil Party nominates New Hampshire Senator John P. Hale for President."
Aug 11
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"  August 10, 1846 – President James K. Polk signs eighth bill to establish the Smithsonian Institution."
Aug 10
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 9, 1974 ­– Gerald Ford succeeds Richard Nixon to the Presidency. Nixon announced his resignation the night before due to the Watergate scandal."
Aug 9
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 7, 1964 – The U.S. Congress passes the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution giving President Lyndon B. Johnson carte blanche to use force in Vietnam."
Aug 7
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 5, 1912 – The newly formed Progressive Party, a.k.a. the Bull Moose Party, nominates former Republican President Theodore Roosevelt for President."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 4, 1987– The Federal Communications Commission annuls the Fairness Doctrine, which mandated radio and TV stations to present controversial issues and to provide equitable coverage to different sides. "
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Restless Insurrectionist Syndrome Strikes in the 2016 Presidential Election

A year ago, few Americans would have predicted that Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist, would be leading a formidable insurrectionist challenge to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary, or that real estate magnate Donald Trump would be leading in the polls in the Republican Primary. Why is this happening? It is a reflection of the ideological absolutists in both parties who are disenthralled with their party's political establishment. The absolutists have…See More
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 3.  1972 – The U.S. Senate ratifies the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, prohibiting the U.S. and Russia from deploying nationwide defenses against strategic ballistic missiles."
Aug 3
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"August 1, 1923 – President Warren G. Harding dies of a stroke and is succeeded by Calvin Coolidge."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"July 31, 1790 – The first U.S. patent is issued by President George Washington to Samuel Hopkins of Vermont.  The patent covers a process for making potash and pearl ash.  "
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"July 30, 1965 – President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Social Security Act of 1965.  The act established “Medicare,” which provides health insurance for Americans 65 and older, and “Medicaid” which provides health…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"June 29, 1928 – At their national convention in Houston, Texas, the Democrats make New York Governor Al Smith the first Roman Catholic presidential nominee of a major U.S. political party in U.S. history."
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